Famous New Jersey Mason
Henry Stafford Little

Henry Stafford Little, New Jersey Senator 1864-71. Clerk in the Court of Chancery of New Jersey 1881-85.

In 1899 Henry Stafford Little, of the Class of 1844, founded a public lectureship, stipulating that Cleveland should be its incumbent as long as he lived. Cleveland accepted and lectured once or twice each year before capacity audiences in Alexander Hall on such subjects as ``The Independence of the Executive,'' ``The Venezuelan Boundary Controversy,'' and ``Government in the Chicago Strike.''  He was also a founder of what is now known as Mercer Hospital.

Lodge: Olive Branch 16
Residence: Matawan